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Nov 27, 2009 4:00am EST
was hired to do a survey of handling and slaughter plants, and that's where the america scoring system was developed. >> guest: it's a sensory thing. think about how much a dog learns. a man took some -- when i first started working on cattle, i noticed sometimes the cattle would go through the vaccinating chute easily and then they want. and it was a shadow, a people standing up in the way and a vehicle going by, and if you remove these distractions, then the cattle would walk up the chute, and i found in the meat plants where they used the electric prodder in there too much, and i went in there and put a piece of cardboard up and they couldn't see the people, and i changed the light on a chute entrance, the cattlele would move. i find the place -- i fix their cattle handling with cardboard lights and controlling what the cattle see. >> host: who is oliver saks. >> guest: an author of a whole bunch of books, an though polling gist from mars -- anthropology from mars. he profiled me in 1994. i thought it was a wonderful profile and he is a very nice, kind man. >> host: what made you wr
Nov 26, 2009 4:00pm EST
have slower of the picture of like visual humor. i don't think it's funny to watch america's funniest videos and nay have people falling down. that's not funny. i don't like that. that's just not funny to me. >> host: "saturday night live." >> i like it. it just coming on too late for me. i used to watch it all the time. >> host: from pennsylvania. >> caller: hello, i work with children with autism. i'm going to be attending graduate school for occupational therapy so that i can work with autistic children. i'm wondering, what recommendation do you have for someone with the spectrum going to graduate school? thank you. >> one of the most important things is to get the professor that's really interested in you. these are the things that helped me. you get back to the whole thing. another thing i'd recommend while you were in school, is make sure you get hands on time out in therapy. so you start learning your job before you even graduate. so you have a slow transition from the world of school to the world of work. i think that's really, really important. and i had to learn, my
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